CHIARA (Modular Kitchen)
Simple and sophisticated are two words to describe this modular kitchen model. The cantilevered shelves and curvilinear handles add some variation to the otherwise minimalist design. The peninsular island unit is a great addition to this kitchen which helps to break the monotony of structure, while providing maximum utilisation of space.
Ideal for large kitchen spaces, this model can be used in big homes and apartments, where it can address the problems of storage as well as divide the work space for convenient usage by multiple users.
One of the key elements of CHIARA is its easily accessible corner cabinets and racks that optimise space utilisation.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION AND MATERIALS USED IN THIS KITCHEN
FINISHING MATERIALS:Polyurethane (PU) high gloss kitchen
STRUCTURAL MATERIALS:Made from 16 mm boiling water resistant plywood
ACCESSORIES:Tall unit (DUSA), pantry pull out, normal rotating (DUSA), side pull out (Blum)
HARDWARE:0° KUTCHINA hinge
The most compact of all kitchen layouts, a straight kitchen is a single-wall composition where all the storage, cooking and cleaning areas are designed along a single wall. Being a single-walled unit, straight kitchens consume less space yet provide great functionality and convenience without letting you feel the space crunch.
ELIGIANA is for those who love to cook in style. With its gleaming, show-stealer looks, plenty of storage spaces, lacquered glass doors, and handle-free ergonomic design, this kitchen has everything that can turn on-lookers green with envy! Scratch resistant Butcher Block counter top offers a perfect contrast with the solid glass shades while ensuring it’s easy to clean and maintain.
The island unit incorporates the sink area while the low floor cabinet offers a unique way to enjoy quick bites or even entertain a few guests while you’re cooking.
The most important benefit of a G-shaped kitchen design is its virtually unlimited storage space. While this type of kitchen design is pretty much similar to the U-shaped kitchen, it’s bigger in space and more practical when it comes to optimally utilising a big kitchen area.
Island kitchens are typically designed with a centrally placed countertop that’s unattached to the main kitchen area. And since, this kitchen area is easily accessible from all sides, an island layout adds to the functionality of a kitchen, providing ease of movement and unhindered work traffic. The island was basically designed for serving the purpose of additional space required for food preparation and cooking support, but today, families increasingly use the island as a table for breakfasts and for sharing quick bites.
Bright and peppy, this orange-toned design perfectly complements neutral coloured interiors of a small to mid-size home or apartment. With well-divided workspaces — for cooking, storing, and cleaning — this model easily accommodates two people working simultaneously in the kitchen.
There are plenty of open and closed storage spaces to stock your crockery, utensils, kitchen accessories, and even groceries.
In terms of look, the dado panelling with orange laminate and orange laminated cabinets infuse a balanced dash of colour to the otherwise neutral grey finish. Clean lines and curved handles offer a refreshing contrast.
The star feature of a U-shaped kitchen design lies in its ability to provide unrestricted kitchen working traffic along with three walls of storage and a huge counter space. The three sides of the design can each be dedicated to a specific function — cooking and prepping meals, cleaning up, and storage.